Sunday, October 2 (that’s today!) at 2 pm EST, you can lurk while I work on some Inktober art! Inktober is the artist’s challenge of making one new ink drawing every day during the month of October. As part of Inktober, I’m drawing all of my comic book characters!
Got questions? I’ll answer them LIVE!
You can leave a tip on Ko-Fi, or check out my online shop! My online shop has my previous Inktober sketchbooks, by the way.
This originally aired on my Twitch channel on August 27, 2022.
Unlike previous streams, I’m painting traditionally! This painting will appear at Comics Vs Art, an exhibition at Wild Goose Creative in Franklinton, OH (a suburb of Columbus). A print of this piece will also be on exhibit at the McConnell Art Center in Worthington, OH from Sept 15 to November 3rd, 2022.
My streaming schedule is changing. Starting October 2, I’m streaming on Saturdays on Twitch, and Sundays on YouTube. Both will be at 2 pm ET.
This year I have been drawing concept art of fighting game characters. Previously, I posted live streams. Today, I’m sharing a finished art piece – Ramses II.
Ramses II in this conceptual fighting game would be the Zoner archetype. Zoners are very good at keeping their distance and striking with long-range blows. The drawback is they don’t have very much overall health. Frieza from Dragonball Fighterz and Peacock from Skullgirls fall under this archetype.
(For context, I borrowed a lot of these fighting game definitions from pages like this one on Gamerant.)
If you would like to watch how I drew Ramses II, check out this video on Youtube or on this blog. I drew him at every step in Clip Studio Paint.
You can watch me draw live on Twitch, or catch the archived streams on YouTube.
This originally aired on my Twitch channel on August 23, 2022.
Don’t mind me, just drawing Ramses II for a conceptual fighting game. Maybe one day this game will be a reality! Until then, I’m drawing character art for it. You can also watch past streams here on the blog or on my YouTube channel.
I draw on my Twitch channel almost every Tuesday and Saturday at 2 pm EST. The exceptions are when I’m out of town for stuff (or I get sick).
This year I have been drawing concept art of fighting game characters. Previously, I posted live streams. Today, I’m sharing a finished art piece – the Puppet Master character.
Puppet Master is a fighting game archetype in the character roster. Their gimmick is that they are a fighter who also controls a puppet. For this character, I decided to play with the idea of a “puppet” and make the controlled character a spirit.
My first draft was closer in concept to the Earth spirit dancers of the Bwa people in Burkina Faso. But I decided to revisit the idea and draft a few more takes. I’m very pleased with how this turned out.
If you would like to see the process of drawing this piece, check out this stream archived on YouTube and here on the blog. Each step got done in Clip Studio Paint.